Today's Sports

  • Franklin prevails in Crate Late...

    The NDRA Crate Late Models main was the race of the night at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

    The front row featured pole winner Dennis “Rambo” Franklin and Steve Banal.

  • BHS blasts Caps, advances

    The Buford Yellow Jackets rolled in their postseason baseball opener, blanking Columbia, 16-0 on Thursday.

    The win moved BHS, the Region IV-AA champion, to a second round winner’s bracket home clash with Broome on Saturday. The game was completed after The News’ deadline for Sunday’s edition.

    Ricky Lewis, 2-0, was the winner in three frames of work, striking out seven. He allowed three hits and two walks.

    Marcus Broadway worked two frames and whiffed three.

  • Winners’ putts pivotal in...

    Putting proved to be the difference for the winning foursome in the 20th annual Partners for Youth golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Friday afternoon.

    The winning team of Trevor Banks, Taylor Banks, Allen Banks and William “Fuzzy” Bass teamed for a 47.37 to post the win over 18 holes in the 32-team field.

  • Jimmy Winn was a true gem

    Most days when I enter The News’ office, Dianne Sweatt, of our business office, greets me with a smile and big hello.

    Wednesday was different, and with good reason.

    Dianne told me Jimmy Winn, a longtime friend, had died earlier that morning. The tragic news was a real stunner. Jimmy, a vibrant person who embraced life, was gone.

  • Lady Bruins rally, clip Cats to...

    Staff Reports

    The Lady Bruins soccer team capped its region schedule in spectacular manner with a 2-1 comeback victory over Rock Hill at the Rock Hill Stadium on Friday night.

    LHS earned a Class AAAA Upper State bid with the win.

    The Bruins were very aggressive offensively and took the match to the Rock Hill defense throughout the first half, but were unable to score. Frances Whitesides and Sedona Smith worked some great combinations throughout the half only to be denied by the RH defense.

  • Lancers sign Lady Vols soccer...



    The University of South Carolina at Lancaster Lancers women’s soccer coaches have been busy in the last week, signing area players for the USCL program.

  • Lady Bruins edge AJ girls

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins capped regular-season play with a 13-12 road win over county foe Andrew Jackson on Tuesday night.

    Erin Walker worked 6.5 innings and allowed 17 hits and hit a batter. She fanned five. Katy Ghent went .5 innings and walked two.

  • Postseason success is Gamecocks...

    FORT LAWN – Postseason success is the next quest for the University of South Carolina football team.

    That was the message USC assistant head coach Ellis Johnson had for a gathering of 128 Gamecock fans at the annual Lancaster County Gamecock Club spring meeting at the Catawba Fish Camp on Monday night.

  • Bruins top Vols in 7-3 win

    The surging Lancaster Bruins improved to 11-10 overall with a 7-3 road win over county foe Andrew Jackson on Monday.

    Trai Sanders, 4-3, hurled the win, going five frames. He allowed four walks, three hits and struck out two.

  • Jackets' Segee signs with...



    Buford High School baseball standout Logan Segee’s days at BHS are winding down, but he’s already made plans for his future.